Today I will break the ice with three trailers, which is probably excessive. I mean, I don't want to spoil you, but I do what I want.
First is Boy from Kiwi director Taika Waititi. Boy made its debut at Sundance 2010, but it's finally in limited release in the U.S. (since March 2) thanks to Kickstarter. (Waititi is totally charming in his pitch video.) I wish it were playing in my town.
Pixar's at it again with their new film Brave. I have a wee obsession with the Scottish dialect and even did a presentation on said dialect in college. I'm glad they actually have (some) Scottish people voicing the characters, like Kelly MacDonald and Billy Connolly. Plus, doesn't the main character's animated hair look AWESOME?! The whole film promisses to be visually stunning.
And finally a movie brought to you by the makers of Coraline, a new claymation called ParaNorman. It looks charming and funny and a little dark: three things that appear in abundance in my movie tastes. Additionally I can't seem to get enough claymation.